Modern furnaces have electronically-controlled ignition systems. However, if you have an older furnace, it likely uses a standing pilot light–a flame that stays lit at all times–for ignition. In today’s post, local heating and air conditioning repair company Bartlett Heating & Air Conditioning takes a look at what may cause a pilot light to keep going out.
A furnace flame sensor is a small yet important component used in gas-fired furnaces as a safety feature. In today’s post, Bartlett Heating & Air Conditioning outlines how a furnace flame sensor works and what makes it important.
Most types of furnaces have fans that can be turned off and on independently, and we often get asked by homeowners if it’s okay to run the fan when the furnace is turned on. In today’s post, local heating and air conditioning company Bartlett Heating & Air Conditioning shares a look at the advantages and disadvantages of […]
With furnace season well underway, it’s helpful to be reminded about some safety tips on how to handle your heating system. Let our HVAC professionals at Bartlett walk you through safe heating practices you can start making right now. General Heating Safety Keep any flammable objects at least three feet away from your furnace, fireplace, […]
The buildup of snow and ice on the outdoor components of your HVAC system can cause problems for your indoor comfort, which is why you need to take steps to protect your system when winter arrives. In today’s post, Bartlett Heating & Air Conditioning, the top choice for air conditioning repair in our local area, […]